Litvinenko. And Londongrad’s New ‘Sushi Suits’
The amount of Polonium needed to leave a month long trail over three countries, four hotels, assorted homes, offices and eateries - not to mention Arsenal football stadium - is simply too much for a simple poisoning.
Especially when any amount over a speck of dust is overkill.
As you can see, Escape Hoods and Protective Suits were hurriedly commissioned at the height of the Litvinenko affair in December. Coincidence? Perhaps, but Scotland Yard was certainly shamed when its own investigators suffered contamination, while German officers had all the right gear.
Yet in the face of all evidence and logic, the media is still spinning the same tired script. The Daily Telegraph now believes Litvinenko was, quote, ‘attacked’ twice. Hmmm. Polonium is only 250 billion times deadlier than cyanide. The â€˜assassinsâ€™ really thought they should slip him another one, just for luck? And considering Polonium only costs 10 million a shot, what the hell? Meanwhile, exactly how you attack someone with a speck of dust, the Telegraph can’t say.
Mainstream reporting on this case beggars belief. A prime example: during October and November, Scaramella flew from Naples to London. Litvinenko flew from Israel to London. Goldfarb flew from the US to London. Lugovoi flew from Moscow to London, Kovtun from Hamburg to London. Up to 20 sites in London are contaminated. Yet the media runs the headline, ‘The Trail Leads to Moscow‘. Go figure?
Alexander Litvininko will go down in history for being the first person to call a PR agency to handle his death. But the media smokescreen hasn’t blown entirely from Bell disinfo. MI6 has been very busy briefing too, through Oleg Gordievsky, Britain’s favourite traitor. (Wanna degree? Be a defector!)
You can’t tell me that Sasha ate the lot.